A new meme is going to be in the news every day for a very long time.

The Babcock, Canada, wildfire has been going on for more than a month now.

What started out as a small wildfire is now one of the largest in Canada, and the news is not good.

The flames are now burning for over 3,000 square miles and the fire continues to grow.

We have to take action.

Here are 10 ways to start.1.

Don’t listen to the news.

I am not saying you have to ignore it, but don’t listen in to the mainstream media, which is the majority of the news and the most trusted source for news in Canada.

The news is a lie, but it has a way of shaping how we think about our government and our country.2.

Use your imagination.

It’s hard to imagine a worse situation than what you just experienced.

You may think that the fire is a matter of human frailty, or that it’s a matter between nature and human negligence.

You can also think that it will go away when you put the fire out, but you will be sorely mistaken.3.

Take action.

We are a nation of laws and our government is responsible for the laws that we pass.

This is why we have a system of checks and balances in place to make sure we are doing what is right.

You don’t have to agree with all the things we are saying, but at least you know that we are trying to do what is best for Canadians.4.

Use the facts.

It is often the case that when a wildfire erupts, there are no immediate reports.

It takes days, sometimes even weeks, for emergency crews to get to a scene, and they may not even know what to do.

The fire has destroyed homes and property, and thousands of people are homeless.

There is no time to think, there is no chance for anyone to think.

We must find a way to find a solution to this problem before it becomes an emergency.5.

Do your part.

As the news becomes more clear, use the internet to keep up to date on the latest news and resources.

This way you can be part of the conversation and make your voice heard.6.

Join a local organization.

You might have heard of the International Association of Fire Fighters.

You could be helping to save homes or people from being displaced by the fire.

This might be a local firefighting organization, or you might be volunteering to assist others.

Whatever it is you are volunteering for, take a moment to get involved.

You will be greatly rewarded.7.

Help others.

If you are a person who has been through a wildfire or has been hurt by a wildfire, help others.

Donate to help people who need it.

Make a donation to the Red Cross.

You should also donate to your local emergency food pantry, food bank, shelter, food pantries or other community relief organizations.

If there is a disaster, give back.

You do not have to volunteer, but if you do, you will likely be helping others.8.

Join the fight.

Join local and national organizations that are working to protect our homes, our communities and our environment.

If possible, join a local, national or international group that can help you find resources and get information.

There are many volunteer groups in Canada and we need you to join them.9.

Get involved in community.

There have been fires in Alberta and the United States.

Many people who live in these areas were in touch with emergency officials as they worked to put out the fires.

We need to do the same thing.

Join your local fire fighting organization and help people.10.

Volunteer for others.

You are not alone.

The Canadian Fire Service is a volunteer organization.

Volunteer your time and help others out.

Do what you can.

You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

The fires will burn for a long time, and people will die, but the fire will ultimately burn out.